Welcome to St. Patrick’s Church Website
Welcome…You enter this church…not as a stranger, but as a guest of God. God is your heavenly Father.
Come, then, with joy in your heart and thanks on your lips into God’s presence, offering God your love and service. Be grateful in the strong and the loyal ones who, in the name of Jesus Christ, built this place of worship, and to all who have beautified it and hallowed it with their prayers and praise. Ask God’s blessing on those who love this house of faith as the inspiration of their labor, rejoicing in the power of the Holy Spirit, and may that blessing rest on you, both on your going out and coming in.
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Parish Events Calendar
|May 1 – 4||Man of the Shroud – click here for more info|
Man of the Shroud
Man of the Shroud Presentation Schedule - click here
Man of the Shroud Pamphlet - click here
The Shroud of Turin
The Shroud of Turin is a 14 foot lien cloth that bears the mysterious image of a man who has been scourged and crucified. It is believed by many to be the authentic burial cloth of Jesus.
The Man of the Shroud Exhibit
One of the most dramatic elements of the exhibition is a full size digital photographic replica of the Shroud. It is printed on linen and mounted in the exact fashion in which the Shroud has been displayed to pilgrims in Italy. The Exhibit also features mesuem boards that explain the history, significance and scientific aspects of the Shroud.
Who Should Attend?
This Exhibition will be of special interest to Catholics, non-Catholics and non-believers alike, focusing on historical, documentary evidence and realities. It brings participants to ask the question, “Who is the Man of the Shroud?” Confronting us with the evidence of Jesus’ sufferings, death as well as His Resurrection, the Shroud causes us to ask the further question
“And what does He mean to me?”
John Paul II Awards
This year, the John Paul II Award recipients will be recognized at the 10:30 a.m. Mass on Sunday, July 21 , 2013. The Catholic Women’s League will serve coffee and cake (in the parish hall) immediately following mass.
All parishioners are invited! Registered parishioners may nominate non-family member youth who are currently in secondary school. Only youth that have volunteered in parish ministries and are from St. Patrick’s Parish will be considered. Nomination forms are at the Church entrance and must be received in the parish office by June 15.
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